Question about LG KG320 Cellular Phone
This is called "tethering" and while it is possible, it usually isn't supported by your cell phone provider because computers easily use enormous amounts of bandwidth. Using it will rack up enormous cell phone bills, and possibly cause your service provider to disconnect your service.
The basic idea, if you still want to do it, pair your bluetooth connection from your pc to your phone, and when prompted for the services to connect to, select "dial up networking" as one of the services you want to use on the phone.
At this point a new item in your "Network Connections" in control panel should appear for your bluetooth dial up networking. If it doesn't show up it means your phone doesn't support it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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